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"Black Widow" by Leslie Gray Streeter

You find yourself spinning, spinning, spinning. When you lose someone, that's how it feels: like you're spinning in place, you can't think or understand, and there's a time limit, as if you're in one of those game show Cash Machines ...

Author Teddy Hayes brings to life modern African-American detective Devil Barnett in acclaimed book series

Prolific author Teddy Hayes has developed one of the most unique detective book series over the last 20 years. Hayes’ crime genre series features hardened New York City African-American detective Devil Barnett, a “bad ass” private detective seeking redemption from ...

Freeda The Frog™And The Two Mommas Next Door

For toddlers, preschoolers, and older kids too, the world of grown-ups is often confusing and sometimes scary. In her Freeda the Frog™ children’s book series, author Nadine Haruni makes coping with various life challenges easier for little ones with the ...

"Brave. Black. First." by Cheryl Willis Hudson, illustrated by Erin K. Robinson

Step right up. When you want to be first in line, that's what you have to do: get in place at the head, let everybody else queue behind you, and lead them forward. You might have to show them how ...

"It's Not All Downhill from Here" by Terry McMillan

Getting old ain't for sissies. Aging is not for the weak, whiners, or wimps, not for 'fraidycats or those with no confidence, and aging is absolutely not for the inflexible. But then again, as in the new novel by Terry ...

"Decisions: Practical Advice from 23 Men and Women Who Shaped the World" by Robert L. Dilenschneider

Black or white? Up or down? Donut or cake? Take a new job, or stay at the old one? Life is a series of picks and chooses, some of them frivolous and some of them unspeakably important. So how do ...

All The Things We Never Knew

Eleanor & Park meets “Love & Basketball” in ALL THE THINGS WE NEVER KNEW: A Novel by Liara Tamani(Greenwillow/HarperCollins, on sale June 9 2020; Hardcover, eBook), a tumultuous, lyrical teen romance about two African American, high school basketball stars who ...

"Southwest Sunrise" by Nikki Grimes, illustrated by Wendell Minor

You don't wanna. Your favorite toys are in a box and you don't wanna leave them there. All your games, your stuffies, your outside toys, packed away. You said goodbye to your friends and teachers because your family is moving ...

"Odetta: A Life in Music and Protest" by Ian Zack

The first note had your foot tapping. It didn't stop until the set was over or the LP needed flipping. The song moved you; those words meant everything. And the singer of those tunes? She was the entire reason those ...

Book gives mining industry personnel options and solutions on how to mine dirt efficiently

R. A. Martin has spent all his life working for contract mining and owner-operated mining businesses around the world. He has gained a wealth of skills and a broad knowledge base from every new job that he has worked on. ...

New memoir inspires readers with a true story of faith in times of war

From the jungles of Vietnam in 1965 to the mountains of Afghanistan in 2019, a pocket Bible was passed from soldier to soldier over the course of 50-plus years and carried off to war in the hopes that God would ...

International Philanthropist & Disabilities Advocate Lisa A. Thomas Featured in Photo Memoir By Celebrity Photographer Bruce Bell

World renown philanthropist Lisa A. Thomas is the featured subject of celebrity photojournalist Bruce Bell’s new photographic timeline, In Search of the Authentic Lisa A. Thomas. Bruce Bell of Bruce Bell Media (BBM) has been in the photography business since ...

"Who Got Game? Baseball: Amazing But True Stories!" by Derrick Barnes, illustrated by JohnJohn Bajet

Everybody’s supposed to stay home now. It’s probably not the “home” you’re thinking about though. The home you want to see involves running around a diamond, cheers in your ears, ahhh, you wanna hear that again. For now, though, you ...

Tristan Helm brings focus to what beauty really is — a state of mind — and how all should present their attitudes and character

Tristan Helm dealt with low self-esteem for a great number of years and was trying to identify with who he was and who he wanted to be. He was raised in a variety of different cultures and backgrounds and always ...

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